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CBS
Aug 8, 2010 7:00pm PDT
enclaves, threatened today as never before. >> cooper: jose andres calls himself a pilgrim from spain. >> liquid nitrogen. a chef who arrived here 20 years ago with just 50 bucks in his pocket and a set of cooking knives. >> are you ready for this, because i believe your life is going to change forever. i mean it. >> cooper: this is going to change my life? >> maybe. >> cooper: but these days, it's hard to call him anything less than an amazing american success story. ( laughter ) what just happened? >> i'm steve kroft. >> i'm lesley stahl. >> i'm bob simon. >> i'm morley safer. >> i'm anderson cooper. >> i'm scott pelley. those stories tonight on "60 minutes." my nasal allergies are ruining our camping trip. i know who works differently than many other allergy medications. hoo? omnaris. [ men ] omnaris -- to the nose! [ man ] did you know nasal symptoms like congestion can be caused by allergic inflammation? omnaris relieves your symptoms by fighting inflammation. side effects may include headache, nosebleed, and sore throat. [ inhales deeply ] i told my allergy symptoms to take a hi
PBS
Aug 2, 2010 5:30pm PDT
decides it will cooperate with the u. n investigation on a gaza flotilla. president obama confirms, that troops will be out of iraq by the end of this month. welcome to "bbc world news," broadcast on pbs in america. coming up later, >> [inaudible] >> workers on the metro are taught how to improve their english ahead of this year's commonwealth games. the hills are alive with art as they transformed the austrian alps into a gallery. >> the scale is stunning, pakistan's worst floods in 80 years at swept away bridges and roads, adding to people's desperation. the red cross estimates 27,000 people are stranded and 2.5 million affected. more rain is forecast. this is the best area involved. -- this is the worst area. >> crossing the raging torrent, this was the only option for some in pakistan today. a place plagued by militants in the past and terrorized by nature. this is one of the areas worst hit. that is why some are calling the flood of the century. we flew deep into the disaster zone with the army. a helicopter is the only way in. below us, and landscape turned muddy brown and co
PBS
Aug 24, 2010 10:00pm EDT
received certificates and government loans to set up their textile cooperative. >> narrator: nucleo endogeno, in the west of caracas, is a cluster of cooperatives recommended to foreign visitors. it was founded in 2003. there were 220 workers in the textile cooperative when it started. today, there are 105-- all women, mostly single mothers. their average salary is $240 a month, and 75% of the work is ordered by the government. but other cooperatives are not that lucky. three years ago, maria moreno and her colleagues also graduated from vuelvan caras and also established a textile cooperative. the machines are clean and ready, but most of the people are gone. there were 59 of them three years ago; now, there are less than ten. >> ( translated ): when the cooperative began, the government gave us work, the same as the misiones. but afterwards, they no longer gave us any resources or work. >> narrator: they only make about $150 a month. maria rengifo says that after three years in the cooperative, she still doesn't make enough money to live. >> ( translated ): i am among the poorest
CNN
Aug 23, 2010 9:00pm EDT
cooperated fully in osha's inspection of the february 24th accident. we're not at all surprised to hear that ms. simons has reached out to the media with these unfounded charges. since her termination several months ago, her representatives have used the threat of negative publicity to seek a sizable monetary payment from seaworld in exchange for her not going public with these false allegations. linda simons worked for seaworld for only a few weeks and was fired not for the reasons she cites but rather for poor performance during the osha inspection of dawn brancheau's death. during those critical weeks ms. simons repeatedly demonstrated an inability to conduct herself to the acceptable standards of competence, transparency, integrity or professionalism demanded of an inspection of this magnitude. any claim to the contrary is simply false. >> one thing i want to point out, once we filed that osha retaliation complaint, we made osha a party to this claim. one of the requirements for osha is any settlement cannot be tied with a gag order. and they know that very well. we find accusations
SFGTV
Aug 1, 2010 10:00pm PDT
sent to various police commissions. we're doing this as part of our new combined cooperation. this helps us be in more places than we can currently be. we can have more informed and knowledgeable enforcement. and, commissioner joseph, you're asking about this. commissioner joseph: what is that? >> i believe it is sidewalk obstruction. commissioner joseph: one is sound, and the other is no permit? this other but -- this other? >> one is sidewalk, in one is obstruction. commissioner joseph: and the other two are fire codes. >> correct. commissioner joseph: ok. >> manor west is on the agenda this evening, so i will save my comments for that time. i do want to give the commission an update on some other topics. we had an incident at glass cat. there was a fight that spill out onto the street. we have been in contact with the owner. at this time, " we are not talking about bringing them before the commission, but the acting director and i -- glass cat has been very cooperative in giving us their security manual, so we are going through that to find out what could be done different
CSPAN
Aug 16, 2010 11:00pm EDT
would you cooperate with you on the basis you conducted the interviews? non-cooperation? >> well, there was a reluctance certainly but it might also have had to do with the people whom we would call for the interviews. they must also -- they had nothing to hide after all. so that could not have been the reason. if the people said, "well, there are chemical weapons," then they would not have been telling the truth, so they couldn't really have been afraid of that, but they might also have felt, "yes, you are putting these guys in a difficult spot," and try to protect them. i don't i think asked my question -- we suspected, of course that, there were people who knew something that could reveal something, but the iraqis were in a different situation. they knew there were no weapons. >> thank you. >> on a side point, dr. blix, how did you manage for interpreters? did you bring in your own universally or did you accept locally-based interpreters? >> i am not sure i really remember how that was. we had some, but very few who spoke arabic. we had an american woman of lebanese extraction
CSPAN
Aug 17, 2010 2:00am EDT
with some declaration and they enlarged it as we went along. now due to this lack of cooperation by the iras, the suspicions arose. there was no confidence at all between unscom and iaea on one side and the iraqis on the other. a verification developed from a checking of their statements to a hide and seek as we saw it. in reality we know by now that saddam ordered the destruction of the weapons of mass destruction already in 1991. some would declare some chemicals remained and were later destroyed under unscom's supervision but a very large part was destroyed unilaterally by the iraqis without inviting the inspectors, which was of course a violation of the relution. >> can i ask what were the particular areas in which unscom was successful and what were the areas which it was unable to resolve? >> i think that rolf ekeus, who was the first chairman of unscom, is fond of saying that more weapons of mass destruction were destroyed in iraq during the period of inspections than during the gulf war and that may well be right, though most of it perhaps was destroyed by the iraqis without the pres
PBS
Aug 5, 2010 7:00pm PDT
to cooperate to prevent political dead lock. the budget committees ended four days of debate on thursday. during these sessions, kap repeatedly urged them to cooperate. >> we plan to draft a budget that promotes economic growth. in steering japan out of deflation, we will also consider opposition opinions. >> kan has also apologized for forcing bills through the diet that had been refused in the past. our commentator talks about this. >> what is the reason behind this? >> well, since the ruling lost the majority in the upper house in july, it has been very difficult for the coalition. so kan has no choice but to ask them for help so that he can stay in office. but they have so far rejected the possibility of the coalition. kan is trying to listen to the opinions of the parties on each policy to obtain their cooperation for passing necessary bills. at least on a case by case basis, the opposition even made a sarcastic remark about the prime minister's behavior. >> translator: i really liked you when you were in opposition. you used to be energetic. what happened to you? >>. >> translator:
SFGTV
Aug 25, 2010 3:00am PDT
cooperation committee here in san francisco looking out to preserve the electrical industry. i work. ibw local 6 -- i work with ibw local 6, electrical inspectors, and the fire department. i just wanted to talk about two items today, specifically a letter that was submitted from the office of labor standards enforcement concerning electrical work and solar jobs here in the city. it is an understatement to say there is a little bit of drama going on with some of the solar jobs in san francisco, but as an industry person, i would like to take this chance to get on the record as saying these are electricity producing solar panels, and it is in the best interests of everyone to have responsible contractors using trained electricians. every panel is an electricity- generating device, and these panels can generate upwards of 600 volts, which is extremely dangerous, so we are looking out for a person here. i have a packet of letters i submitted to the sfpuc regarding in city hall job. i have more copies if you need them. basically looking at the scope of work that is defined through the state, and i
CSPAN
Aug 22, 2010 9:30pm EDT
mounted, yes, they became also more cooperative. >> i think we will want to come back to that a little later on in the story. i am going to turn to sir lawrence freedman in a moment. we are in for quite a long afternoon and it would very much help with the transcription if we could take a measured pace. thank you. >> just following up from what has been said, i mean, you have made the point about the americans suggesting that they were upholding the security council resolutions and you noting that the security council as a whole did not seem to go along with that at that time, but, as i recall, part of the american argument was to challenge the security council to uphold its own resolutions. there was a concern that from the late 1990's a number of key security council members had lost interest in pursuing this question and therefore this whole exercise might peter out. do you think that was a reasonable concern? >> well, i think there was at least implied from the us side that if the security council doesn't agree with us and go along with our view, then it sentences itself to irrelev
CSPAN
Aug 16, 2010 8:00pm EDT
a necessary cooperative integration of american power. we're trying to look at every program and policy is that we have across the government and more effectively design and execute those to deliver on that promise of integrated networked power. we will be releasing the first- ever quadrennial development review that the defense department has done. having watched the effectiveness for both the defense department and congress and the public in putting together a statement of mission and goals and strategies and tactics, we're doing the same. this global health initiative gives life to what we are trying to put forward as our new approach to this integrated approach. there are many real world examples. when you think about a country like nigeria, we have that far, cdc, and usaid all operating in nigeria. yet we had a polio outbreak in northern nigeria a few years ago. we had our aid programs and development expert on the ground doing extraordinary work. but we did not anticipate and quickly respond to what became a series of rumors about how the polio vaccine was a design to sterilize ch
CSPAN
Aug 18, 2010 6:00am EDT
. to transform that large training institution into secured the cooperation. we currently plan to have that office of security cooperation set up sometime toward the middle of next year and into the fall that will be basically the successor organization to the trading organization. it will be much smaller. it will fall under cheap admission authority in the embassy. -- it will fall under chief of mission authority in the embassy. we really see this as the foundation for the security component for our strategic framework. it has a security component to it and it will be the instrument through which we continue to have secured a cooperation with them through 2011. why don't i stop there. [applause] >> think you both. -- thank you both. when we were talking about how we were going to sit, they did not even want me between them so they could peer -- appear hip to hip, as well as figuratively. let me start with a cynical question. this is not just a diplomatic and dance and ordered to pretend to leave it so that some new government assets to saks us to? >> the terms of the security agreemen
CSPAN
Aug 19, 2010 1:00pm EDT
next witness is mr. acy cooper jr. he is a fisherman from plaquerman parish and part of the louisiana shrimper -- plaquemines parish and part of the louisiana shrimper association. thank you for being here, mr. cooper. whenever you're ready, beginning. >> yeah, i'd like to talk about the damages that's done to our community. this oil spill, we have oil on the bottom. >> mr. cooper, move that microphone in a little bit. thank you. >> all right. this oil spill is on the bottom of our waterways. we have reports of numerous fish kills. everybody says it's not there. we know it's there. i worked in one part of this particular bay for two months and we wear hazmat suits, we wear gloves. they said oil is not there. when they got rid of me, the last day working for b.p., i saw oil at the bottom. i reported it to the coast guard, reported it to b.p. brought them out there, showed them it was there. this has catastrophic effects on our community, our industry, our way of life. we don't need to let this lay because b.p. is trying to get out of here now. if we let them leave now we are going to b
PBS
Aug 3, 2010 12:30am PDT
to cooperate with a u.n. investigation into the raid on a gaza flotilla in which nine activists were killed. the prime minister said his country has nothing to hide. previously israel said there was no need for an international inquiry. >> the deaths of turkish activists when -- led to widespread protests around the world. israel said the activists were committed to confrontation and its soldiers only acted in self- defense. turkey described this as state- sponsored terrorism and israel rejected the idea of an independent inquiry. his real paulson view was sufficient to implicate the community. observers say the decision to cooperate is a significant change of strategy. the israeli prime minister said his country has nothing to hide and it was in israel's interest to see the truth come to light. having decided not to cooperate with investigations in the past , israel's decision has been welcomed. >> i hope that the peace will [unintelligible] improvement of relationship between israel and turkey. >> perhaps the israeli view is the best way of getting its voice heard. the international panel
SFGTV
Aug 19, 2010 3:00pm PDT
through their commitment and involvement in the audubon as cooperative program. as both a formal and national park ranger, i have been impressed by the type of dedication to environmental stewardship shown by ortega family enterprises in the opposition of the band earlier trading company and bandoleer national monument in new mexico. as i stressed national and by mid being instilled in services at golden gate park. ortega family enterprises has undertaken a wide variety of environmentally friendly management practices that have helped conserve energy and national resources while providing an exceptional model for kitchens and guests -- patrons and guests to follow in their lives. a strong focus on recycling and waste reduction has resulted in the designation of the ban earlier trading company as the first of on-cooperative sanctuary in the -- in new mexico. 95% recycled office products and 100% use of recycle food service material, water use reduction efforts and decreased energy consumption all speak to the conservation of resourcess. i would be happy to discuss the impressive t
SFGTV
Jul 31, 2010 6:30pm PDT
: it would be to amend items 12 and 14 to make our approval of the inner agency cooperation agreement within those items contingent on an amendment to the development and disposition agreement to reflect new affordability levels which would be for 50% of the total number of housing units created in the development plans to be affordable up to 100% of the san francisco median income -- i'm trying to get the -- to include the -- [inaudible] 30% of household income. it would be 1,388. this is assuming 10,500 units. 1,388 affordable rental units up to 60% of the median income. it will be 892 work force units, up to 100% of san francisco median income and then the remainder of units inclusionary affordable housing units between 60 and 80% of the san francisco median income. president chiu: supervisor daly has made a motion. is there a second to the motion? seconded. colleagues, any discussion with regards to the motion? if not, take a roll call vote on supervisor daly's motion, please. (roll call vote was taken.) >> there are five aye and six nos. president chiu: motion fails. ross mirkarimi, i t
SFGTV
Jul 31, 2010 8:30pm PDT
and cooperatively with the federal transit administration to address every item in that letter and continues to meet with the fta monthly to resolve or mitigate each item in what is called a full fund and grant agreement p road map that has been developed in concert with the federal transit administration. some of the items you've raised like the risk management program we have implemented a very sophisticated risk management program that has identified over 100 elements in that program and the agency is in the process of addressing, relieving, mitigating or transferring some of those risk elements so that as a program matures and it migrates from final design into heavy civil construction, the risk process has been identified and mitigations are put into place before the full fund and grant agreement. and in the other point that you raised on the state of good repair, the agency is in the forefront, has submitted a state of good repair plan to the federal transit administration addressing its -- the maintenance, the operation and the overhaul program of its bus and rail facilities. in addition to m
SFGTV2
Aug 21, 2010 1:00pm PDT
the cars. we intend to cooperate with09gze society on the other side for how we can improve the possibilities. if your cyclist,, it is different than if your car driver. we're very much interested in a lifestyle if you live in copenhagen, and is very important that you can bring a bicycle in on public transport. that is possible on the regional trains. there are some rooms in the trains, which is space for the bicycles, even during rush hour. you could say that the voters in copenhagen are very positive about this. last election, it was partly run up by some of the politicians, and one of those was our mayor. the politicians now, they say there is something for everyone. the issues which are the most important to accommodate -- they choose which were the most important to accommodate, and those are pedestrians and cyclists. i think we're doing what is necessary to reach the goal. this is our mayor, a photo opportunity. it is a possibility to be seen. thank you very much. [applause] >> thank you very much. our next speaker is peter. peter is supervisor and senior adviser of t
SFGTV2
Aug 6, 2010 11:30am PDT
and collaboration and cooperation across the city and county of san francisco. this is a proud day, and i want to thank everyone for their hard work. labor unions have given back a tremendous amount, have made great sacrifices. i know that our department heads have done the same as well. just looking at the police budget, how the overtime of the police budget has come down dramatically where it was. about $24 million is now about $7 million in overtime, and that is about the tremendous leadership that chief gascon has implemented through his apartment to make sure we have accountability about how our hours are run there. this is typical work that all our department heads are doing, despite the deficit we are facing. proud day for san francisco. thank you, everyone, for your hard work. let's get on to the next year. i hope that we can have cooperation across the state to make that happen. thank you very much. [applause] >> president david chiu. supervisor chiu: i'm going to be brief, but i want to echo the thanks of the mayor's chief of staff, the budget director, all the wonderful budget analy
SFGTV
Aug 1, 2010 10:30pm PDT
as a justification for their actions i understand the commission has been cooperating -- justification for their actions. i understand the commission has been cooperating with the police department. it is something that is important for the public
WETA
Aug 22, 2010 9:00am EDT
forming. but some people feel he was flamboyant and went over the edge. james fennel cooper is gone. -- james fenn more cooper is gone. >> you mentioned for a moment hemingway, but he reads very well and will presumably for a very long time. >> just because we do not know all the words anymore, when we are reading an 18th-century british novel, there are some words that we will have to look up. >> i read some books by john fouls and i thought it was pushing it. i come out of newspapers and i like to keep it simple. i worked for the daily newspaper and we allegedly had a 500 word vocabulary. though there was no such thing written down somewhere, but there was an effort to use simpler words so that readers could understand what we were talking about. it also was a newspaper that favored the use of the clique -- of the cliche. if you said black was in, that was not necessarily a bad use of the word because people could understand that. [unintelligible] >> [unintelligible] and the etymology on that is that it sort of prospect into his glove. the etymology on that goes back to the old-ti
ABC
Aug 2, 2010 6:00pm EDT
the people they stopped about their immigration status. rebecca cooper is live with what this means. rebecca? >> maureen, the issue was in response to this legislation that has introduced legislation that would require them to ask anyone detained for a crime for proof of citizenship and they are suspected of being in the country illegally. the courts have ruled the arizona law as unconstitutional. according to virginia's attorney general, it is a power they already have. police have authority to ask for proof of citizenship from anyone for minor infractions including jaywalking. in addition issued friday, ken cuccinelli ruled that virginia law enforcement officers have the authority to make the same authority. many virginians support the right to crack down. >> i think the federal government has chosen not to enforce their own laws. under those circumstances, i did the state has every right to try and solve the problem as best they can. >> this alexandria resident says virginians should want them in the state. >> they ought to look to see the work the immigrants are doing and their
ABC
Aug 19, 2010 11:00pm EDT
cooper is live with more on why pepco is customers are not sold on the new plan. >> some customers did praise pepco today. but there are other critics that say they have the wrong priorities. tonight in montgomery county, residents are grateful for a day without rain. they are not ready to forget the power outages. they are insisting pepco can do better. >> i am sure they are doing what they can. they should step it up a little bit more. >> pepco today said they get it. they announced a five-year plan in an attempt to regain customer trust. there will be an aggressive at tree-trimming program. they will continue to grow the system. high-tech automation will speed up restoring service. they were replaced old underground cable. it is a $15 million plan to put lines underground. >> it is a marathon. we are going to ask our customers and our elected officials ought to be patient. >> president's welcome a new pepco plan. they say they would rather bury more lines than cut down trees. >> trees provide shade. they also do so many beneficial thanks. >> the power outages are expensive and unnec
ABC
Aug 28, 2010 11:35pm EDT
danielle. the storm is so big that you can see it from space. nasa released these images. rebecca cooper has more. >> the storms are back to back. forecasters say daniel will stay off shore, but earl could hit land. >> it looks like it could be large ocean should wells, may be rough for waves, and gusty breeze. >> this man is hoping that they will have good surfing, but there are mistakes made by beachgoers not familiar with hurricanes. >> other than clogging up the roads and not getting out when they should, getting in the water for the not experienced swimmer -- you have to know what you are doing. the current his bat around cape hatteras, so for the inexperienced swimmer, it is bad. >> what if earl continues up the east coast? they are prepared. they have boarded up windows and put sandbags in front of the doors. >> that could be the worst thing, not a we have enough ice to last a couple of days. >> for now, forecasters caution is too soon to know which way the wind will blow. >> especially on the outer banks, you have to keep in touch with the local forecast closely. >> rebecca coope
CSPAN
Aug 22, 2010 9:00pm EDT
with some declaration and they enlarged it as we went along. now due to this lack of cooperation by the iraqis, the suspicions arose. there was no confidence at all between unscom and iaea on one side and the iraqis on the other. a verification developed from a checking of their statements to a hide and seek as we saw it. in reality we know by now that saddam ordered the destruction of the weapons of mass destruction already in 1991. some would declare some chemicals remained and were later destroyed under unscom's supervision but a very large part was destroyed unilaterally by the iraqis without inviting the inspectors, which was of course a violation of the resolution. >> can i ask what were the particular areas in which unscom was successful and what were the areas which it was unable to resolve. >> i think that rolf ekeus, who was the first chairman of unscom, is fond of saying that more weapons of mass destruction were destroyed in iraq during the period of inspections than during the gulf war and that may well be right, though most of it perhaps was destroyed by the iraqis
FOX News
Aug 25, 2010 4:00am EDT
their farm, like sherrod and her husband whose cooperative succumbed to drought in 1985 after they were denied a loan to build irrigation system. then they were awarded a $12 million settlement, largest of the pickford claim. congressman king wants investigation. >> if we end up in the gavel in our hand after the hearing and i know the name of a good number of them that should be subpoenaed. >> if king doesn't believe the black farmers suffered widespread discrimination, most lawmakers disagree with him. the house passed the second round of the pickford claims stuck in the senate. not over payment to black farmers but concern over discrimination against native americans. bret? >> bret: more on this top wick the panel. thank you, wendell. sheriff joe on the other end of the law enforcement in washington today. we'll explain. former president jimmy carter prepares for a rescue mission. >> bret: the central bank for iran wants cut in import to boost production there as the country deals with tougher international sanctions. the united nations and u.s. have pressured them to halt much of th
FOX
Aug 26, 2010 5:00pm PDT
. the reason, someone stole 24 feet of cooper cable from a pg & e vault. tom vacar with more on all of this. >> reporter: this just in, pg & e has just been able to get mount zion back on regular power as it was able to fix this thing that took a better part of the day to do. several times now, pg & e has had to deal with reckless thefts. this generator is one of mount zion's energy lifelines. due to explosive growths in china, worldwide copper prices are on the rise. that makes stealing even the small amount highly profitable. >> it cancelled all surgeries and everything that they had to put off. >> reporter: so what's it worth? here's 10 pounds of cooper wire. at a recycler you will get $3.25 a pound. 32.50 for free. pg & e security chief bob puts is a retired san francisco police officer. >> most cooper thieves steal it because they can get the quick buck for the quick fix. >> reporter: experience thieves can cut the wire in minutes. >> we have had several people that have been electrocuted. >> reporter: the thieves using private vehicles usually strike between 2:00 and 6:00 a.m. >> our
SFGTV
Jul 31, 2010 5:30pm PDT
an interagency cooperation agreement between the city and county of san francisco. item 13, this is also in response to written objections to the adoption of amendment to the hunters point shipyard. >> item 27 is from the land use committee. this is a resolution adopting findings and the californian firm. quality act. items 28-36 are the resolutions and ordinance that pertained to the shipyard project adopted under ce #q -- ceqa. this is under the planning code, the building code, the infirm. code, the public-works code. >> we will have a long discussion on this. why don't we start with supervisor maxwell? >> thank you, today we have a rare opportunity to advance the great work of a number of community members to have hoped and work for this revitalization of the shipyard. today, we can align ourselves with those who since 1974 who have dreamed and brainstorm about how to fill a hole that was left in our community. thousands and thousands of people worked every day. some critics have worried that this will be difficult for the area. many people want change. asked the residents of alice g
SFGTV
Jul 31, 2010 6:00pm PDT
agreements, including an interagency cooperative agreement, tax allocations agreement, site specific amendments to the subdivision code and to the health code and approval of land assembly agreements with the state lands commission as well as people findings supporting all of those actions. as was noted earlier, each of these specific items have been thoroughly veted at numerous public meetings over many, many months at the bay view pac, hunters point, the redevelopment agency commission, the planning commission and the land use committee of the board of supervisors among many others. the actions are relevant because they help implement the redevelopment of candle stick point and the rest of hunters point shipyard. collectively that redevelopment encompasses 10,500 residential units. more than 30% of which are affordable units as we've been talking about. more than 300 acres of new parks and recreation areas and over three million square feet of job generating commercial and retail space. the plan -- and we talked about this before -- is the direct result of the very best kind of com
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